London’s renowned restaurant The Wolseley is to be rolled out internationally, with owners Jeremy King and Chris Corbin seeking a site in New York, according to reports. The partners, who are backed by private equity group Dawnay Day, are understood to be looking to create a chain of The Wolseley brand and are looking at locations in Los Angeles and India, writes The Telegraph. Rex Restaurants, Corbin and King’s holding company, could open up to six outlets over the next couple of years, with a second site planned for London, although there is no set rollout plan. The pair, who previously owned The Ivy, J Sheekey and Le Caprice before selling them to Richard Caring, also operate St Alban on Lower Regent Street and are believed to be interested in acquiring other restaurant ventures in the US. The Wolseley, which is located on London’s Piccadilly, was reported at the end of last year to be the first restaurant in the capital to reach an annual turnover of more than £10m. The venue, which opened in November 2003, saw profits of £689,727 in 2007 and served an average of £1,000 customers per day.